Definition of ephemerally in English:



See ephemeral

  • ‘These people have indeed wrestled the zeitgeist, but their code, for the most part, is not fundamental: it is ephemerally contemporary.’
  • ‘None of this will matter once everything is digitized and it's all ephemerally available on demand for some micropayment.’
  • ‘Occasionally, it's very good, but a lot of it, like this, is banal in concept, timid in presentation and ephemerally unmemorable.’
  • ‘This is the beauty and the tragedy of dance: it can only exist ephemerally.’
  • ‘In the 1940s, other researchers produced influenza vaccines, which unfortunately proved only ephemerally effective.’